“The majority of goals people pursue don’t require innate talent, or working a 12-hour a day — in most cases they lack old-fashion consistency.” -Zdravko Cvijetic
In reality, the process of success and achieving your wildest dreams is not a complicated rocket science. Being consistently present is the best strategy for success. You must show up every day for yourself.
If you want to be more successful at something you should focus all of your attention on that singular thing and do it every day, even when it seems hard. You’ll see results if you do. Opportunities for you to make money will begin to appear.
Said author, Ayodeji Awosika, “People who don’t know better are quick to judge. If you show up, people will reach out to you, opportunities will start to present themselves, and new connections will be made.
You Can’t Be the Noun Without Doing the Verb
“Lots of people want to be the noun without doing the verb. They want the job title without the work.” -Austin Kleon
This is an epidemic because everyone wants to be successful but they aren’t willing to put in the work to be successful. It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee. We’ve been programmed to become brainless, mindless, instant gratification seeking drones.
We welcomed instant messaging, Facebook likes, and Netflix at the expense of our dreams and desires. For many, their environment is so full of triggers that it’s easier to talk about their work than to actually go through the work.
Anthony Moore, “The New Wealth Creation Principle.” I recommend reading this book if you are in the entrepreneurial community. If you are an entrepreneur you will find it very interesting. Writing is one of the most important things you can do in life. If you don’t write, you can’t be a writer.
Cooking and training are both skills that can be developed through exercise and practice. But they can only be used once they’ve been mastered. Where do you call yourself in your life the noun without doing the verb? Get consistent!
How to Become Incredibly Consistent at Anything
“Consistency is a bit like a million dollars. Everyone wants it, everyone knows it will make their life better, but it seems impossible to ever achieve it.” -Anthony Moore
Consistency is easier than you think; you just have to focus on the habits that will make you consistently effective. Many years ago people were just trying to form bad habits. A few simple techniques have been shown to help people make dramatic improvements in their life.
They vow not to return to their old ways. They try to change their personalities, attitudes and behaviours. It’s tough being a new parent. It’s overwhelming, it’s tiring, it’s exciting, If you focus on consistency and frequency, it becomes a natural habit. You should allow the habit to grow.
“Build the identity of the person you want to become. Writing an entry in a journal every morning is not forced. It’s simply my way of recording my thoughts. Journaling is something I’ve been doing regularly for the past year, and I now use it as a routine to set myself up for. Get started by learning the process, and don’t worry about the routine.
That’s what it takes to keep moving forward every day and to be successful at something. You’ll make progress. You’d have more confidence. If you want more joy and satisfaction for life, you should do what makes you happy. That could be anything.
Here we go. How can you make your verb a natural and seamless part of your daily routine?